Thursday, Nov. 22, 2012

Middle Village

Christ the King optimistic for future despite title game loss

The scoreboard was lopsided and not in Christ the King’s favor, but Royals Coach Tyree Allison felt making the CHSFL Class A football title game showed the program is moving in the right direction despite a 49-6 loss to defending champion Bishop Ford Saturday night at Mitchel Field. Comment.

Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2012


Holy Cross coach removed

Holy Cross administrators are investigating claims Paul Gilvary, the school’s boy’s basketball coach and director of admissions, watched his players shower, the New York Post is reporting. He is currently on administrative leave at the all-boys Catholic school and has been removed as coach. Comment.
Flushing Times

Archbishop Molloy captures soccer title

Justin Thompson has been waiting for his Archbishop Molloy teammates to deliver on a promise they made to him at the beginning of the 2012 season. Comment.

Cardozo volleyball title streak snapped

Benjamin Cardozo’s two-year reign atop PSAL girls’ volleyball is over. Comment.

Newtown soccer induces high emotion in final loss

The final minutes of Friday night’s PSAL Class B boys’ soccer championship brought a dramatic swing of emotions for Newtown and Coach Eric Wozniak, not providing the ending he wanted. Comments (2).

Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2012

East Elmhurst

McClancy sinks rival for title

The CHSAA Class A boys’ soccer championship game looked a lot like this season’s first two meetings between St. Joseph’s by the Sea and Monsignor McClancy. Comment.
Long Island City

Aviation’s amazing run ends in final

Aviation senior goalkeeper George Vlahakis went to each of his teammates and shook their hands as they sat and watched the Martin Luther King Jr. players receive their championship awards. Comment.

Sunday, Nov. 18, 2012

Jamaica Hills

Former Mary Louis guard Nwajei signs with Wagner College

Jasmine Nwajei will get a chance to do something most players dream of. Comment.

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